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Well child, sports physicals Aug. 13, Sept. 3 | Sports Briefs

The Skateboard and BMX Freestyle Jam is Aug. 24 at the Skate Park at the San Juan County Fairgrounds. - File photo
The Skateboard and BMX Freestyle Jam is Aug. 24 at the Skate Park at the San Juan County Fairgrounds.
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Well child, sports physicals Aug. 13, Sept. 3
The San Juan County Health Department has scheduled sports physicals and well child exams on Aug. 13 and Sept. 3.

These will be physician clinics conducted by County Health Officer Frank James, M.D., and public health staff. Immunizations needed for school entry will be available.

A special fee of $40 or a current medical coupon is requested for the examination; $15 is required for each immunization. A sliding fee scale is available.

The clinics will be held at the public health office in Friday Harbor. Call 378-4474 for an appointment.

Register now for Saturday’s 8.8k Loop Run
The 31st Friday Harbor 8.8k Loop Run is Saturday.

Registration is $15 for children 12 and younger, and $20 for participants 13 and older. The fee includes the race, awards, entry into the fair and a commemorative T-shirt.

Registration forms are available from Island Rec at 580 Guard St., www.islandrec.org; San Juan Fitness, 435 Argyle Ave.; and www.active.com

Runner check-in and day-of registration take place in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot, Argyle Avenue and Spring Street, from 7:30-9 a.m. The race starts promptly at 9:15 a.m. in front of Friday Harbor Drug.

Volunteers are needed Saturday morning to assist with registration, traffic control, timing and water stations.

If you want to be part of an island tradition and have a few hours in the morning to spare, call Sally Thomsen at Island Rec at 378-4953.

Skateboard and BMX Freestyle Jam Aug. 24
Island Rec’s Skateboard and BMX Jam is scheduled Aug. 24, 12:30 p.m., at the Skate Park on the San Juan County Fairgrounds.

There will be music, an M.C. and prizes, so come out and skate, bike or cheer the participants. Registration forms are available at Island Rec’s office, online at www.islandrec.org, or on the day of the competition at the skateboard park between 11 a.m. and noon.

Cost is $10 per participant. Parent/guardian signatures and helmets are required in order to participate.

Interested in being a volunteer judge for the bike portion of the event? Call Abby Spann, 378-4953.

Deadline Friday to register for sports camp
Skyhawks Sports Camp is scheduled Aug. 25-29 on San Juan Island.

Mini-Hawks takes place from 9 a.m. to noon; boys and girls ages 4-7 will explore baseball, basketball and soccer through a variety of fun specialized games.

Cheerleading for ages 7-12 is offered from 1-4 p.m. Scheduled at the same time as cheerleading is a multi-sport camp featuring baseball and basketball for ages 7-14.

Friday is the deadline to register. For more information, call Island Rec at 378-4953 or visit www.islandrec.org.

Steve Braun Memorial Triathlon Aug. 31
The Steve Braun Memorial Triathlon is Aug. 31 at Moran State Park, Cascade Lake Picnic Area.

Pre-race meeting is at 8:30 a.m. The race begins at 9 a.m.

The triathlon consists of a .4-mile swim in Cascade Lake, a 17-mile bike ride on a scenic country road, and a 3.5-mile trail run around the lake.

Organizers say this is a comfortable and fun triathlon open to serious triathletes and those who want to challenge themselves to enjoy completing the picturesque course. Individuals can participate in one, two or three parts of the triathlon, or as a team.

Registration includes a hat, Frisbee, shirt or coffee mug. Call 376-5339 for a registration form or pick up forms at the Orcas Rec. Program office (Senior Services Building), Wildlife Cycles, or www.orcasrec.org.

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